All-time CU basketball team announced

The 25-member all-time Clemson men's basketball team was announced Friday evening at Rock the ‘John, the school's annual celebration for the start of basketball season.

The team was chosen in conjunction with Clemson's 100th anniversary celebration of men's basketball. The team was determined by a combined vote of fans on ClemsonTigers.com and a special panel appointed by the athletic department.

Fourteen of the 25 players have already been inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame. Among them, six players who were named All-Americans and three more who received honorable mention were named to the team. Clemson's only ACC Player of the Year, Horace Grant, was the leading vote-getter among the 25 players. Grant went on to win four NBA championship rings, three with Chicago and one with Los Angeles.

Seven first-round NBA Draft selections are represented by the 25-member team, including 2010 pick and current Washington Wizard forward Trevor Booker. Twelve of the 25 played at least one game in the NBA, including Larry Nance, who went on to appear in three All-Star games; Tree Rollins, who is still ranked in the top 10 in NBA history in blocks; Elden Campbell, who won an NBA title with Detroit in 2004, and; Dale Davis, who played 16 seasons in the NBA and was a 2000 All-Star selection for Indiana.

The complete list of the players that were voted to the team is below.

All-Time Team Player Profiles

Trevor Booker (2006-10)
• Led Clemson to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances and was a 2011 first-team All-ACC and first-round NBA Draft selection

Greg Buckner (1994-98)
• Clemson's only player to be named ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (1996) led Tigers to three NCAA Tournament appearances

Elden Campbell (1986-90)
• Leading scorer in Clemson history with 1,880 career points; led Tigers to 1990 ACC regular season title

Bobby Conrad (1976-80)
• Starting point guard for the 1980 NCAA Elite Eight team is No. 7 all-time in Clemson history with 402 assists

Dale Davis (1987-91)
• Member of the Clemson Ring of Honor had his No. 34 jersey retired; No. 2 all-time in Clemson history in rebounds and No. 8 in points scored

Horace Grant (1983-87)
• Clemson's only ACC Player-of-the-Year (1987) went on to win four NBA World Championships

Vincent Hamilton (1980-85)
• 2003 Clemson Hall of Fame inductee was second-team All-ACC in 1982

Cliff Hammonds (2004-08)
• Led Clemson to 2008 ACC Championship game and is No. 2 all-time in Clemson history with 225 steals

Harold Jamison (1995-99)
• Starter on three straight NCAA Tournament teams is No. 1 all-time in Clemson history in field goal percentage

Randy Mahaffey (1964-67)
• 1975 Clemson Hall of Fame inductee was two-time All-ACC selection and member of 1,000-point club

Grayson Marshall (1984-88)
• School's all-time leader with 857 assists was a 2009 Clemson Hall of Fame inductee

James Mays (2004-08)
• Helped Clemson to 2008 ACC Championship game and is No. 8 all-time in school history with 166 steals

Banks McFadden (1937-40)
• Two-sport athlete was Clemson's first All-American in basketball in 1939

Terrell McIntyre (1995-99)
• No. 2 scorer in Clemson history led Tigers to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances

Larry Nance (1977-81)
• Starting forward for the 1980 NCAA Elite Eight team went on to play 13 seasons in the NBA

K.C. Rivers (2005-09)
• Starter on two NCAA Tournament teams is Clemson's all-time leader with 281 three-point goals

Wayne "Tree" Rollins (1973-77)
• Clemson's career leader in rebounds and blocked shots went on to play 18 seasons in the NBA

Edward Scott (1999-2003)
• First-team All-ACC as a senior and is No. 2 all-time in Clemson history with 595 assists

Will Solomon (1998-2001)
• First-team All-ACC after leading the ACC in scoring as a sophomore

Demontez Stitt (2007-11)
• Only player to start on four NCAA Tournament teams; No. 6 in Clemson history with 419 assists

Chris Whitney (1991-93)
• Third-team All-ACC as a senior, he went on to play 11 seasons in the NBA

Billy Williams (1977-80)
• Starting guard for 1980 NCAA Elite Eight team was first-team All-ACC and Helms Foundation All-American

Skip Wise (1974-75)
• First-team All-ACC as a freshman after leading the conference with 18.5 points per game

Sharone Wright (1991-94)
• No. 3 all-time in Clemson history with 286 blocked shots; highest draft pick in school history went No. 6 overall

Butch Zatezalo (1967-70)
• Clemson's career scoring average leader at 23.5 points per game

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